4. Your aim must be true
Our boy "Sonoma Joe" says you should always start from the front and work your way to the back cups. The World Series racks 'em in a 3-6-1 formation, and then re-racks them after six, three, and one cups are remaining. Going for the closer cups is always easier, and it doesn't make sense to try for more difficult shots when the cups will be moved closer to you when they're re-racked anyway.
5. Never stop drinking
While it may sound counterintuitive, it helps to stay loose by drinking between matches. Seivert likes to sip mixed drinks to keep his buzz going, especially during a long tourney. Oh, and don't forget to eat.